Mayor - This race will have a run-off between Gomez and Barrera.


Gilbert Gomez 517 votes - 35.31 percent


Mandy Barrera 421 votes- 28.76 percent


Ernest "Neto" Gallegos 186 votes- 12.70 percent


Hector M. Lopez, Jr. 340 votes - 23.22 percent


Council Member Place No. 1


Mary Ann Saenz 823 votes - 59.21 percent (Winner)


Sybil Tipton 567 votes - 40.79 percent


Council Member No. 2


Nelda Sanchez 734- 55.48 percent (Winner)


Belinda "Shorty" Valdez 589- 44.52 percent


Council Member No. 3


Ismael "SmileyMay" Gonzalez Jr. 708 votes - 52.48 percent (Winner)


Joey Rodriguez 643 votes - 47.59 percent


Council Member No. 4


Larry Cantu Jr. 758 votes - 55.21 percent (Winner)


Lily Garza 615 votes - 44.79 percent


Council Member No. 5 - This race will have a run-off between Martinez and Morales.


Cezar Martinez 546 votes - 39.74 percent


Jeannette Morales 438 votes - 31.88 percent


Daniel "Han" Saenz 390 votes - 28.38 percent


Council Member No. 6


Victor Orona Jr. 768 votes - 56.06 percent (Winner)


Elias"Lee" Olmeda 602 votes - 43.94 percent


Utility Board of Trustees Position No. 4 - This race will have a run-off between Samaniego and Gonzalez.


Rolando Samaniego 536- 38.76 percent


Richard J. Gonzalez 497- 35.94 percent


Angel Gallegos 350- 25.31 percent


Proposition A


Amendment to the City Charter to provide that the creation of, and all matters pertaining to, the public utilities board shall be as prescribed by the City Council in an ordinance.


Against - 649 votes - 52.51 percent (Winner)


For - 587 votes - 47.49 percent


Proposition B


Amendments to the City Charter creating a City Council/City Manager form of government.


Against - 677 votes - 55.86 percent (Winner)


For - 535 votes - 44.14 percent


Proposition C


Amendment to the City Charter staggering City Council terms by changing them from two-year to three-year terms.


Against - 816 votes - 66.78 percent (Winner)


For - 406 votes- 33.22 percent


Proposition D


Amendments to the City Charter, eliminating provisions to ensure compliance with State Law.


Against - 659 votes - 55.80 percent (Winner)


For - 522 votes - 44.20 percent


Proposition E


Amendments to the City Charter to clarify and eliminate unnecessary and redundant provisions.


For - 607 votes - 52.24 percent (Winner)


Against - 555 votes- 47.76 percent


Proposition F


Amendment to the City Charter deleting the following language:"In case of an initiative, the city attorney shall draft an ordinance in legal form,consistent with the laws of the State and Unites States, incorporating in substance the text submitted."


Against - 669 votes - 58.48 percent (Winner)


For - 475 votes - 41.52 percent


Proposition G


Amendment to the City Charter to eliminate and clarify undefined language undefined language when a council member may be removed from office by a vote of City Council.


Against - 594 votes - 51.30 percent (Winner)


For - 564 votes - 48.70 percent


Nueces County Drainage District No. 2


Proposition A


The issuance of $9,500,000 of bonds for the construction, acquisition, and equipment of drainage improvements, including but not limited to (i) new drainage improvements to Bosquez Road/Avenue J intersection, Ditch A/Bluebonnet, Casa Blanca, and Belk Lane, (ii) vehicles and equipment related thereto, and (iii) the acquisition of rights-of-way for such improvements, with any remaining amount to be used to acquire real property for office expansion and to construct and equip a new administrative building, and levying of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest thereof.


Against - 743 votes - 52.47 percent (Winner)


For - 673 votes- 47.53 percent